PLENTY of incidents... and three points for Denbigh Town!

An action-packed Huws Gray Alliance meeting at Central Park between Denbigh and Holyhead Hotspur ended with the hosts gaining a 3-1 success.

This was despite the fact that left wing back Lewis Sirrell played in goal for over half the game following an injury to Denbigh keeper Craig Vernon.

Following a feisty second half, Holyhead would finished the game with just nine players after having two players sent off.

With both teams in the bottom three of the Huws Gray Alliance, this was a massive game.

In a promising start for Denbigh, recent signing Dan Lloyd was immediately in the action, linking well with Mark Roberts to force an early corner.

As Denbigh continued their good start, Roberts and Curtis Langton both had efforts saved by Carl Jones.

It was Holyhead who took the lead after half-an-hour.

Craig Vernon fouled a Holyhead attacked, leading to a penalty award, which was fired home by Mark Evans.

Vernon was injured during the incident and two minutes later, he was unable to continue.

Sam Jones came off the bench, with Lewis Sirrell bravely volunteering to don the gloves.

With only his second touch, Sam Jones levelled things up.

Pat Hinchcliffe's header forced a brilliant save from Carl Jones, but Sam Jones slotted in the rebound.

With a confident Sirrell solid between the posts, Denbigh took the lead with a terrific goal in the 65th minute.

Pat Hinchcliffe netted a fierce volley from 10 yards to make it 2-1.

Tackles now started to fly in as Denbigh looked to retain their lead and Holyhead anxious to draw level.

Several heated moments occurred, with referee Mark James having to produce his yellow card to players of both sides as he looked to maintain control of the game.

Holyhead were reduced to 10 men when keeper Carl Jones was sent off late on.

Soon after, Jake Walker was fouled in the box, leading to a Denbigh penalty award.

Tony Davies' spot kick was pushed against the post before it crept over the line to make it 3-1.

Holyhead felt the ball had not crossed the line and following protestations, Dan McGuiness departed after picking up a second yellow card.